Like many of us, Sub Pop, Seattle’s favorite independent record label, caught wind of Amazon’s recruiting video “Life in Seattle” that supposedly leaked a few days ago.
Mudhoney, Seattle’s undisputed sons of slop-punk-psych, will be headlining what promises to be a rambunctious, fun and fuzz-filled night at Neumos on Friday. One of the sold-out show’s opening acts will be the Tom Price […]
Sub Pop Records’ new retail store inside Sea-Tac Airport may change the attitudes of the many travelers who loathe the wait that occurs between finishing the security check and boarding a plane.
Obits, Brooklyn’s reverb-happy, rock ‘n’ roll outfit, returns to Seattle Friday to play Neumos.
Twenty-five years ago today, Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman turned a reoccurring fanzine and mix tape collection into an underground, Pacific Northwest record label. After a quarter century of spikes, booms, financial plunges, cooky artwork, and music from all over the globe, Seattle’s independent record label Sub Pop is a household name among record collectors and bands across the planet.